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Resident 2000 Recommended
Reviewed 01/09/2001
I liked my apartment, and it was one of the few available apartments that was affordable without being a dump. The tradeoff was space -- all the units in the building are studio apartments, and mine was even one of the bigger ones, but it was the smallest place I´ve ever lived. <br> <br>While some units have a really good view of downtown, mine was just facing the bland building next door. There is a small yard and a small deck in back. <br> <br>There is street parking in front of the building, but it is often full. The bus is close, with the 8 and 43 lines going downtown and to the U-district. And it is close to Capitol Hill´s 15th St. area and Broadway, which both have restaurants, grocery stores, video rentals, bars, and whatnot. <br> <br>There wasn´t much noise at all, but I think it was because my neighbors were very quiet. I could occasionally hear the lady next door on the phone and the people upstairs moving furniture. Traffic was very quiet, with an occasional fire truck or ambulance going by. <br> <br>I had only one problem -- the shower wouldn´t drain -- and it was fixed reasonably quickly (even though the apartment manager was on vacation at the time) and it was never a problem again. <br> <br>There was a $35/month fee for garbage, water, heat, and gas. The heat is a little too much at times, too. I had my radiator off all the time, and still had to open the window sometimes. <br> <br>Overall, I thought it was a nice place, and I only moved out because it was too small for me and all my stuff. I lived there for nine months and the rent didn´t increase while I was there.
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